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May 18, 2012 6:00am PDT
in the united states. he landed last night at andrews in maryland. he's in the u.s. for this weekend's g-8 summit at camp david hosted by president obama. this will be the first g-8 since european countries started implementing harsh austerity measures to cut deficits. >>> exciting day in silicon valley, specifically at facebook. here's another live look over the headquarters where ceo mark zuckerberg you saw him there he was wearing his trademark hoodie as he rang the opening bell for the nasdaq a few minutes ago. thousands were cheering him on. you can see plenty still milling about he had that rock star buzz going on as he rang the opening bell and walked around the platform around the employees and still out there now. >> it is the biggest story going on wall street this morning not the only story. jane king is live at the new york stock exchange. huge ipo biggest in a long time. >>> it really is. it is all that everybody is talking about today. shares expected to start trading in a little over an hour highly anticipateed mark zuckerberg rang the opening bell for the nasd
May 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
diplomatic battle between the united states and china. also a health crisis. the blood test the government now wants all baby boomers to get and where you can get one today. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >> right now a blind chinese activist is on his way to the united states, ending a month-long diplomatic tussle that tested u.s. relations with china. 40 hours ago he boarded a united airlines flight in beijing with his wife and children. they are headed to newark, new jersey where they are to arrive this evening. the activist received intense international attention after making a daring escape from a house arrest in his village last month and seeking protection inside the u.s. embassy inside beijing. >> terry: new this morning, quarantines have now been lifted on two central california dairy associated with mad cow disease of a federal officials found no link between the illness and food supplies to dairy cows. they tracked down two offspring. one was stillborn and another was found in another state and euthanized as a precaution. it tested negativ
May 17, 2012 6:00am PDT
fist time minorities make up more than half of the children born in the united states. 2010 census figures found an increase by almost 2% to include more than 36% of the total united states population much of that growth was fueled by a higher than expected hispanic count, the fastest growing ethnic group in the country. morning s also noted the weak economy has -- slowed immigration rates in the country. >>> foreclosures one of the main reasons people leaving their homes. >> jane king is live at the new york stock exchange with what is happening in the bay area real estate market as well as the stock market. >>> good morning. first of all, huge drop in san francisco foreclosures the up in of filings plunging more than 33% compared to a year ago more, 40% in san jose sunnyvale area according to realty track. not because of the people not defaulting. what is happening is california's one of 12 states where more homeses are being sold by owners before their home gets seized by the banks, the short sale that can be better for homeowners and the banks. still a sign that the housing mar
May 3, 2012 6:00am PDT
him in another province. >> now of course, as part of our dialogue the united states raises the importance of human rights and fundamental freedoms. because we believe that all governments do have to answer to citizens' aspirations for dignity and the rule of law. and that no nation can or should deny those rights. >> now, chen says he fears for his family's safety unless they leave china. china has gone as far as asking the u.s. for an apology over the incident. >>> jobless numbers may have investors breathing a sigh of relief. >>> jane king is live at the new york stock exchange with more on what those numbers are suggesting. >>> hello. good morning. a mixed bag of jobs numbers out this week. what happened today, fewer people filing for first time unemployment benefits last week than what was expected. that's easing concern a bit that maybe the market might be taking a turn for the worst, we'll get the big monthly report that comes out tomorrow. a lot of economists say they do expect tomorrow's report to show job growth is weakening we'll find out tomorrow for sure. the market
May 20, 2012 6:00am PDT
. the united states only ten. >> if they aren't safe for use they shouldn't be in a product. >> we need to update the 1938 cosmetics law and give the fda real authority to oversee this industry. >> how far any new regulation should go is a subject of controversy. the campaign for save cosmetics, phasing out chemicals that cause cancer and reproductive harm and full disclosure of ingredients but the trade group calls it overreaching and calls for simply greater oversight. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> carolyn: meteorologist lisa argen here now. the forecast down the line not look so good for memorial day, but you will get to that. >> lisa: yes, so enjoy today. we will see changes as soon as tomorrow but the changes get more widespread and more dramatic as we head throughout the work week. so today we are starting out with the clear and warmer air mass. in fact,, we are look at numbers in the 50s, some upper 50s. but it's cooler at the coast with low 40s there but we will warm up quickly all around the bay because generally we have that warmer air mass in place, and overall a nor
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